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For The Avoidence Of Doubt The Credit Party Is Over!

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Alistair Darling's Budget-day boast that Britain is well placed to cope with this turmoil was irrefutable proof of his intellectual bankruptcy. He was either whistling in the dark or wilfully insulting voters' intelligence. Be under no illusion, Friday's dramatic events in New York were neither an aberration nor confined to the surreal world of investment banking. The pain will be lasting and felt by millions who had no idea they were playing with financial fireworks
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Brown's government is delusional. In a global economy we share the upsides and the downsides, globally.

Edited by Realistbear

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Where were these people over the last year? This has been predicted on this site for such a long time. Look at the start date of the 'Credit tightening, lets keep track' thread.

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Where were these people over the last year? This has been predicted on this site for such a long time. Look at the start date of the 'Credit tightening, lets keep track' thread.

I think Randall has been a bear for quite a while.

But let's not forget, there is lots of career pain for telling the truth too early.

And nobody would listen while house prices were going up because it wasn't borne out by people's experiences.

To quote 1966: It is now.

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Throughout the ages mathematicians have described the world around us with beauty and elegance. For example Einstein had E= mc2.

Inspired by 'Team America - World Police' I've now come up with my own:

Credit Crunch = 911 x 1929

Copyright nmarks. Merchandise coming soon.

Edited by nmarks

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The dream will be over when the sheeple read the news of the growing number of repos and falling house prices in The Sun and Daily Mirror.

Until then, articles such as these make not the slightest bit of difference to the mentality of the sheeple who still think house prices only ever go up. :(

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Where were these people over the last year? This has been predicted on this site for such a long time. Look at the start date of the 'Credit tightening, lets keep track' thread.

Jeff Randall has been warning about these issues for years. Not what your average Brit really wanted to hear.

Edited by BandWagon

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The dream will be over when the sheeple read the news of the growing number of repos and falling house prices in The Sun and Daily Mirror.

Until then, articles such as these make not the slightest bit of difference to the mentality of the sheeple who still think house prices only ever go up. :(

Indeed - please review my piece in annecdotals regarding repossessions.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...showtopic=70498

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The dream will be over when the sheeple read the news of the growing number of repos and falling house prices in The Sun and Daily Mirror.

Only a matter of time could even be days now before it's plastered all over the front pages of the red tops , Mail , Express on a daily basis , the sheeple will be spitting and spewing there rice crispies and coffee out every morning as the message is drummed into them that it was all a debt fuelled illusion ............. it was all a LIE .

Edited by grey shark

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Jeff Randall has been saying this since 2004 or so. He's been right all along

Point taken on Jeff Randall but there seem to be many other Journalists now figuring out the truth of the situation. I just hope we can now see the end of statements declaring 'UK economy fundamentally sound' etc.

People who carry on with this mantra are starting to look more and more foolish by the hour.

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  • 293 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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